Monday, December 17, 2018

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  • Rockhampton Brangus Semen Sale - Beef 2018 Benefit Auction

    Rockhampton Brangus Semen Sale – Beef 2018 Benefit Auction The Rockhampton Brangus Sale Committee decided this year to hold a Benefit Auction of Semen donated by Members in which the proceedings are going towards 2018 Beef. There was 17 packages offered and 16 Semen Packages sold, raising $8,830.   Read More
  • Rockhampton 2017 Sale Update

    The 41st Annual Rockhampton Brangus Sale at Gracemere on the 9th and 10th October 2017 saw 129 bulls, 43 registered females, 28 Embryos and 4 Legacy of Ladies and 147 commercial females go under the hammer over the two day event. Read More
  • Roma Sale 2017 Update

    The 12th Annual Roma Brangus Sale was on the 1st September 2017 saw 107 bulls, and 15 registered females go under the hammer. Read More
  • New Director & Officer Bearers

    The ABCA would like to welcome the one (1) new director onto the Management Committee: Kellie Silvester – Forest Hills Brangus Stud in Capella QLD as Zone 1 Rep Read More
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Junior and grand champion female was the bulls half sister Castle Phoebe 697 (Pic), also by Revolution 860K. This heifer was an impressive exhibit and attracted good comments from the judges in the Interbreed classes. Reserve junior bull and reserve junior heifer classes were won by Ron & Penny Herrin. The Herrins operate the Jakara Brangus stud in northern Victoria. Reserve  junior champion heifer was the red Jakara Jacklyn sired by PFR IMP 600ths 705/4. Their reserve junior champion bull was Jakara Clack Clack Billy, a pure Brinks breeding calf.The Humphreys Family exhibited the senior champion female Castle Brangus Maddison.

Spectators included Anne Galloway, Duarran Brangus, Roma Queensland and Chloe Keogh, Barham NSW. Zone 4 committee members Luke Keogh and Michael Bush were seen with the Executive Officer Colin Rex. John Croker, General Manager Australian Brahman Breeders Association was also ringside. The ABBA provided administration for the Brangus Association prior to moving to the ABRI at Armidale and it was great to see a former Association manager ringside.


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